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New books in the collection Saharan and North African Toy and Play Cultures - 2015

Saharan - North African - Amazigh Children's Toy Catalogs

Rossie, Jean-Pierre (2015). Saharan – North African – Amazigh Children's Toy Catalogs: Donation to Centro per la Cultura Ludica in Turin. Braga: Centre for Philosophical and Humanistic Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, Catholic University of Portugal, 93 p. 272 ill.
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Rossie, Jean-Pierre (2015). Saharan – North African – Amazigh Children's Toy Catalogs: Donation to Musée du Jouet de Moirans-en-Montagne, first part: dolls and toy animals. Braga: Centre for Philosophical and Humanistic Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, Catholic University of Portugal, 72 p. 127 ill.
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Rossie, Jean-Pierre (2015). Saharan – North African – Amazigh Children's Toy Catalogs: Donation to Musée du Jouet de Moirans-en-Montagne, second part: toys related to domestic life. : toys related to domestic lifeBraga: Braga: Centre for Philosophical and Humanistic Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, Catholic University of Portugal, 72 p., 109 ill.
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The list of videos on Moroccan children's play and toys 2014
available on YouTube

Rossie, Jean-Pierre (2014). Videos on Moroccan children's play and toys available on YouTube: References and Notes. 1.12.2014, 33 p. - These videos are available on YouTube channel: Sanatoyplay Rossie JP
Avaibable on this website.

New PowerPoint February 2014

Rossie, Jean-Pierre (2014). Recherches sur les jeux et jouets des enfants nord-africains et sahariens : aspects matériels, techniques, méthodologiques et éthiques. PowerPoint with 88 slides created for the Séminaire de Protohistoire égéenne dans le cadre du Projet ANR Toucher-Créer, Laboratoire UMR 7041, Paris, 25 Februari 2014.
Available on this website.

Digitized version of Toys, Play, Culture and Society

Rossie, Jean-Pierre (2005/2013). Toys, Play, Culture and Society. An Anthropological Approach with Reference to North Africa and the Sahara. Foreword by Brian Sutton-Smith, 256 p., 144 ill. - Digitized version published by the author. The black and white photographs of the 2005 version have been replaced by the original color photographs. At the same time some minor linguistic and formal adaptations have been made but the content remains unchanged.
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Available on this website : all the volumes of the collection

Saharan and North African Toy and Play Cultures

Rossie, Jean-Pierre (2005). Saharan and North African Toy and Play Cultures. Children's dolls and doll play. Foreword by Dominique Champault, Stockholm International Toy Research Centre, Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology, 328 p., 163 ill.
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Rossie, Jean-Pierre (2005). Saharan and North African Toy and Play Cultures. The animal world in play, games and toys. Foreword by Theo van Leeuwen, Stockholm International Toy Research Centre, Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology, 219 p., 107 ill.
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Rossie, Jean-Pierre (2008). Saharan and North African Toy and Play Cultures. Domestic life in play, games and toys. Preface by Gilles Brougère, Stockholm International Toy Research Centre, Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology, 438 p., 410 ill.
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Rossie, Jean-Pierre (2011). Saharan and North African Toy and Play Cultures. Commented bibliography on play, games and toys. Stockholm International Toy Research Centre, Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology, 72 p. - The original 2005 version is found on the CD included in Toys, Play, Culture and Society.
Available on this website.

Rossie, Jean-Pierre (2013). Saharan and North African Toy and Play Cultures. Technical activities in play, games and toys. Foreword by Sudarshan Khanna, Braga: Centre for Philosophical and Humanistic Studies, Faculty of Philosophy, Catholic University of Portugal, 360 p., 350 ill.
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